Dwarkadheesh Temple

#2 of 6 things to do in Mathura

Timings: During Summers-

Morning- 6:30 AM - 10:30 AM,
Evening- 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM,

During winters-

Morning- 6:30 AM - 10:30 AM,
Evening- 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Mathura is the city of all divine temples of the country. One such temple is Dwarkadheesh. It is known to be the most famous temple of all times and is the oldest and largest temple in Uttar Pradesh. It was built by Seth Gokul Das Parikh who was the then treasurer of Gwalior in the year of 1814. The dwarkadheesh temple is a very important Hindu shrine. This temple is home of Lord Dwarkadheesh, which means the king or god of Dwarka. It is said that Lord Krishna shifted from Mathura and settles for his life on Earth. Lord Krishna is made of black marble and is named Dwarkanath. Rukmini Devi. It is located along the river Yamuna. Many devotees gather here to offer their prayers and experience the spiritual aura of this place. The architecture of this place is very enticing. The main building is of the Rajasthani architecture with steep steps leading the temple to the courtyard. 

Dwarkadheesh Temple Photos

Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism
Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism
Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism
Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism
Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism
Dwarkadheesh Temple  tourism